Mathnasium of Queen Creek’s Owners Awarded as Top 5 within Franchise

Nov 2, 2022 | Queen Creek

Mathnasium of Queen Creek is proud to share that at the 2022 Mathnasium Convention our team was awarded as a Top 5 Owner Portfolio within the franchise. This award is determined by measuring all of the 1,000+ Mathnasium learning centers’ performances in the 2021 calendar year. This is a prestigious accolade we work hard to earn year after year, and we are proud to share this is our fifth consecutive year as Top 10 Owners within the company.

We would like to take this time to thank our hardworking Instructors, Leads, Assistant Center Director and Center Director, Rocky, for their dedication to transforming lives through math and helping make this achievement possible.

More About Our Family-Owned Franchise

Mathnasium of Queen Creek is owned and operated by the Lossing family. Mathnasium of Queen Creek joined the Lossing team in 2018 and is proud to serve students in the Queen Creek, south Gilbert and San Tan Valley area.

The Lossings joined the Mathnasium franchise in 2013 with the establishment of their flagship location, Mathnasium of 4S Ranch (currently a Top 10 learning center location within the Mathnasium franchise). Prior to becoming a franchise owner with Mathnasium, Karen Lossing was a special education teacher and math curriculum writer for the state of Texas. Karen was drawn to the Mathnasium franchise because of its teaching methodology and exclusive focus on math.

Karen was later joined by her daughter, Libby, after she graduated from UCLA in 2017, and her son, Evan, after graduating from Texas Tech University in 2018. After the three had expanded Mathnasium operations from San Diego to include Phoenix and Dallas, Steven Lossing, husband and father, retired from his role as Chief Stores Officer at Petco and joined the family business. Now the family of four works alongside their learning center management and instruction teams to provide the best education experience possible to hundreds of students every school year.

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